Assume that you connect to a network printer that is hosted on a print server from a client computer that is running Windows 7 or Windows Server 2008 R2. The print server goes offline and then comes back online. In this situation, the client computer still displays the connection status of the network printer as offline. Hi all Some basic tips you need get to know how to fix printer showing Offline Windows 10. By following some simple measures you can get the solution for the printer errors. Follow the following step. Method – 1 Check for Printer connect. Method – 2 check Printer Driver File- Manual & Automatic Update. Method – 3 re changing of Print. Printer Shows Offline or not Connected - posted in Windows 10 Support: I have looked all over the Web on this, tried a number of the solutions given, but none worked. Problem - My printer was.

Restart your printer by turning it off, waiting 10 seconds, and disconnecting the power cord from your printer Then, turn off your computer Connect the printer power cord to the printer and turn the printer back on Disconnect the power cord from your wireless router.

How To Fix Printer Offline Problem In Windows 7/8/10:- Can’t get your printer to print something urgent as it shows Printer is offline? Well, don’t call the IT guys yet. Let’s try to get your problem solved with a very few number of easy steps. What are you waiting for then? Dig into the article now itself! We have got the perfect solutions for all your tech related issues right here.

Solution 1

STEP 1


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  • Type in Services in your windows search and hit enter key. Click on Services option from the set of search results as shown below.

STEP 2

  • A new window for Services opens up. Scroll down and find the entry named Print Spooler.

STEP 3

  • Now right click on Print Spooler entry and then on Properties option.

STEP 4

  • Set Startup type as Automatic from the drop down menu.

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STEP 5

  • As next, hit the Start button and wait till windows starts the Print Spooler. Once done, hit Apply button.

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  • Now if you look at the status of the Print Spooler, you can see that it is Started.

Solution 2

STEP 1

  • If the above method doesnt work for you, you can always try our second method. For that, type in Devices to the windows search and choose Devices and Printers from the search results.

STEP 2

  • Now find the printer that is offline and right click on it. Click on the option See what’s printing from the context menu that appears.

STEP 3

  • A new window opens. Now click on the Printer tab and uncheck the option that says Use Printer Offline.

One of the above two methods is sure to save your problem. Once you are done, restart the system for the changes to take over. Feel free to leave comments if you are stuck with any of the steps. We would be happy to help.

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From time to time we notice that some connected network printers go offline, stop printing and print jobs begin to queue on the print servers running Windows Server. In this article we’ll consider why a network printer may go to offline state and how to fix this problem without printer re-installation or print server restart.

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Open the Print Management console on your print server, find the printer with the Queue Status = Offline state, open its print queue properties and make sure that the “Use Printer Offline” option is not checked in its settings.

Then make sure that the printer is turned on and accessible over the network (check printer availability using ping by IP address, make sure that you can open the printer management web interface).

How does Windows determine network printer availability status? In Windows 7 and newer, by default the SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol) is used to query the network printer state. The print server sends an SNMP request to the printer and waits for a response. If no SNMP response has been received from the printer, such a printer is considered unavailable and goes offline on the print server. Let’s see how to configure SNMP protocol settings for network printers on Windows print server.

First of all, make sure that your printer supports SNMP. Open your network printer management web interface and make sure that SNMP is enabled in the printer settings and the community name used for it is public.

For example, you can find the SNMP settings of HP LaserJet CP1525 in Networking -> SNMP -> Enable SNMP read-only access (uses public for the Get Community Name).

Find your printer in the Print Management console, open its properties and go to the Ports tab. Open the port settings: Standard TCP/IP port -> Configure Port. If your printer supports SNMP, make sure that SNMP Status Enabled option is checked, and the Community Name is set to public.

If your printer doesn’t support SNMP, you must disable it in the printer port settings on the print server. Thus, Windows will stop sending SNMP packets to poll the device state.

Make sure that the printer state has changed to Ready.

You can find all printers with disabled SNMP on your print server using the following PowerShell cmdlet (the built-in PrintManagement module is used):

get-printerport where {$_.snmpenabled -ne $True} select name,protocol,description,printerhostaddress

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The following PowerShell command will help you to find ports of the network printers with the SNMP community name different from Public:

get-printerport where {$_.SNMPCommunity -ne ‘Public’ –and $_.snmpenabled -eq $True } select name,protocol,description,printerhostaddress, snmpenabled, SNMPCommunity

If the check of SNMP settings has not helped to get your printer online, you should check the following parameters.

  1. Make sure that the correct IP address of the printer is specified in the print port settings;
  2. Make sure that the port type used is “Standard TCP/IP Port” instead of “WSD Port”.
  3. Make sure that your firewalls are not blocking SNMP traffic (Ports 161/UDP and 162/UDP);
  4. Remove your printer and print port completely and recreate them. Reinstall the printer drivers;
  5. Restart the spooler service: Restart-Service 'Spooler'
  6. You can completely disable SNMP polling for all printers on Windows by creating a new DWORD parameter with the name SNMPLegacy and the value 1 in this registry key: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESYSTEMCurrentControlSetControlPrint.

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